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Thomson Reuters Web of Science(R) Provides Insights Into More than a Century of Influenza Research for Today's Health Professionals
Date:4/30/2009

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Table #1: Selected highly cited articles from the Web of Science relating to influenza epidemics published between 1918 and 1980

        Houswort.J; Langmuir, AD.
        Excess mortality from epidemic influenza, 1957-1966.
        AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 100 (1): 40-48. (1974)
        Times Cited: 135

        Eickhoff, TC; Sherman, IL; Serfling, RE.
        Observations on excess mortality associated with epidemic influenza.
        JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 176 (9): 776- (1961)
        Times Cited: 155

        Davenport, FM; Hennessy, AV; Francis, T.
        Epidemiologic and immunologic significance of age distribution of
        antibody to antigenic variants of influenza virus.
        JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE 98 (6): 641-656. (1953)
        Times Cited: 237

        Horsfall, FL.
        Neutralization of epidemic influenza virus - The linear relationship
        between the quantity of serum and the quantity of virus neutralized.
        JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE. 70 (2): 209-222. (1939)
        Times Cited: 165

Many articles published in older literature continue to be cited in the present day demonstrating that they are still of value to current research.

Thankfully, influenza epidemics are a rare occurrence, and the last epidemic of A/H1N1 strain was in 1918. Scholarly research from that period of time may be of value to researchers today, however research from this period can be difficult to locate because most literature databases do not cover so far back in time. Furthermore, narrowing in on the relevant and important articles may prove difficult because the research has fallen out of institutional memory. The Web of Science with its excellent retrospective coverage and powerful search tools based on citations can be a useful aid to discovering this ha
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